One police department on the Eastern Shore is choosing to go hands free in the name of public safety.
At least 150 homeless teens were turned away from a D.C. shelter this year, and now advocates are putting renewed pressure on the city to find more shelter beds for unaccompanied minors.
We'll look at the places that shelter us and the symbolism behind our humble abodes as we bring you a show about "House and Home."
As a cold snap finally heralds in the beginning of the winter season, the Montgomery County Coalition for the Homeless just completed their survey of the region's most vulnerable.
Sexual assault is no laughing matter, but local comedians are using humor to raise awareness about a serious topic: the national backlog of rape kits.
Kojo chats with one of the activists who recently met face-to-face with Edward Snowden in Russia.
A report into the response by the U.S. Capitol Police to last month's Navy Yard shooting has been delayed by the federal government shutdown.
The thousands of participants and spectators planning to attend the 29th annual Army Ten Miler this Sunday should expect heightened security.
A three-member team of DCPS staffers sometimes answers hundreds of calls a day from parents and the public.
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